How We Are Funded
2016 Fundraising Appeal with a target of 200 000kc.
It is vital for us that we maintain the quality and affordability that is the ethos of Class Acts. However, as it stands today we have grown to such a point that we need more concrete financial administrative support. Rather than raise our prices, we are appealing to the Class Acts community to make a donation. Your generosity will be invaluable in allowing us to expand our work while remaining affordable.
Please consider making a contribution today.
Thank you from your Class Acts team!
Ensuring that our activities are affordable is a key priority for us.
Our programme fees are carefully calculated to cover teacher salaries, venue rental and associated expenses such as materials for craft activities. To this we add an additional 20% to cover our fixed administrative costs. These include our Programme Coordinator’s salary, website hosting and maintenance and our statutory financial reporting obligations. Based on this total sum, we determine the number of children that are required to register for an activity to ensure that it reaches at least break-even. As a rule, we are unable to open a class until we reach this minimum number of registrations. However, when opening new programs, we might wish to make an exception to this rule to give us time to build up attendance levels.
Our team of volunteers are indispensible.
Behind many of our Class Acts events is a team of volunteers that help brainstorm and organise, and who are ready to help make creative and fun activities for children. We are thankful to all of you who put in your time, and consider it a great community building effort. If you would like to take part in any aspect of Class Acts please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The support of Donors is critical to Class Acts’ continued evolution.
Donations allow us to undertake important organisational developments such as this website whose advancement was generously funded by Usborne Books at Home organizer Zoe Vobořilová.